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Careers Opportunities

Current Openings:

Infection Control RN

Part Time 24, Non Exempt Position

Accountable to:  Director of Clinical Services
Department:  Hospice

Required Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State license as a professional registered nurse.          
  • Minimal two years nursing experience.
  • Basic Life Safety Certification (CPR).
  • Valid Driver’s license with current proof of insurance.
  • Basic computer Skills
  • Preferred: CIC (Certified Infection Control)

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of techniques for data collection
  • Knowledge of nursing practice and theory
  • Written, verbal, interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Critical thinking, analytical, and statistical collation skills
  • Time management skills
  • Ability to develop teaching materials and training programs
  • Ability to plan and obtain objectives to ensure the development of services
  • Ability to conduct training classes and exercises
  • Ability to lead staff and influence behaviors
  • Ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Flexibility to meet a wide range of service needs

Essential Functions:

Control the transmission of infection among the agency’s staff, patients, and patients’ families

  • Create policies and procedures that address infection control issues
  • Ensure that the care for each patient consistently incorporates appropriate and correct infection control practices
  • Educate staff and patients on relevant infection control issues and practices and act as resource person
  • Monitor infection control trends
  • Participate in Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement Program
  • Act to improve patient care delivery with consideration of infection control principles
  • Maintain membership in APIC or SHEA
  • All Chaplaincy Health Care employees will follow the minimum standard regarding PHI when accessing patient information on a need to know basis only. All employees will practice appropriate safeguards when accessing this information.
  • Work with Administrative and Clinical Leaders in the community to gather and provide data for improving health.

Ensure regulatory compliance

  • Medicare Conditions of Participation expect every agency to maintain an effective infection control program as part of its overall quality assessment and performance improvement program.
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention require agencies to enforce the use of stringent hand-hygiene techniques, follow standard precautions and infection control principles and implement exposure control programs.
  • Comply with local laws regarding the reporting of communicable diseases and the handling of contaminated materials and bio-hazardous waste.
  • Ensure staff compliance with accreditation standards.
  • Implement and coordinate policies and procedures to lower the risk of infection among staff, patients, and family members, and improve the trends and rates of infections.
  • Develop, implement and monitor:
  • Infection control policies and procedures to provide education, surveillance, identification, reporting, prevention, and control of infections.
    • Uniform compliance guidelines for standard blood and body fluid exposure precautions and consistent monitoring procedures
    • Uniform compliance for consistent contact precautions and guidelines for contact precautions
    • Methods to evaluate the efficiency of agency infection control programs.
  • Adheres to health and safety policies

Agency Requirements:

  • Demonstrate support and adherence to the Mission and Values as set forth by Chaplaincy Health Care
  • Responsible for knowledge and compliance with Chaplaincy Health Care and Hospice fire/safety/disaster, educational requirements and Agency policies and practices
  • Responsible for maintaining and protecting Patient and agency information in a confidential manner
  • Practice appropriate HIPAA confidentiality accessing patient related information on a “need to know” basis only
  • Perform department specific competencies satisfactorily
  • Reliable personal transportation; Driver’s License; Vehicle insurance.
  • Satisfaction of state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing;
  • Criminal background screening; Pre-employment drug screening.
  • Ability to meet the physical demands of position.
  • If working in a clinical capacity: Hepatitis B immunization series, proof of series, or sign a declination.
  • Complete agency and departmental orientation and training program(s).

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

In-Home Hospice RN, After Hours

Full-Time Position

Required Qualifications

  • Current Washington State license as a professional registered nurse
  • At least two years nursing experience, preferably with one year oncology, home health, or hospice nursing
  • Intermediate computer skills

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to accept a wide variety of assignments and adjust to changing situations.
  • Ability to read and write clearly, concisely, and legibly.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others and function as a member of a team.
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with and respond appropriately to patients and families in both routine and crisis situations.
  • Ability to maintain a neat and clean appearance in accordance with dress policy.
  • Ability to perform personal patient care and maintain a mature, sensitive, and caring attitude toward patients and their families.
  • Excellent triage skills.
  • Ability to work independently from home at night.
  • Ability to work from the office on weekend day shift.

Agency Requirements

  • Must have reliable personal transportation, and a current and valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.
  • Must satisfy state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing and AIDS training.
  • Must pass criminal background screening and pre-employment drug screening.
  • Must have the Hepatitis B immunization series, proof of series, or sign a declination.
  • Must have certification in the American Heart Basic Life Safety
  • Must demonstrate support and adherence to the Mission and Values as set forth by the agency.
  • Must be responsible for knowledge and compliance of agency fire, safety, and emergency preparedness educational requirements, and agency policies and procedures.
  • Must demonstrate familiarity with state and federal rules and regulations that aid in determining policies.
  • Must be responsible for maintaining and protecting patient and agency information in a confidential manner.
  • Must follow the minimum standard regarding protected health information when accessing patient information on a need to know basis only, and practice appropriate safeguards when accessing this information.
  • Must meet the physical demands of the position (see attached physical requirements and environmental conditions).
  • Must complete agency and departmental orientation and training programs.
  • Must be available to work evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as part of the on-call nursing staff.

Schedule

  • The weeknight shift starts at 1700 and ends at 0800 the next day. During these hours, the nurse works from home answering calls and making visits as needed.
  • Full time on-call nursing staff are expected to cover call three weeknights (M-F) and 24 hours between Saturday 0800 and Monday 0800 per pay period. This is a minimum total of 69 hours. Minimum total is defined as the total number of hours call is covered. It does not include the necessary time spent completing documentation after shift, follow up with nurses regarding challenging patients, meetings, obtaining supplies and other work related required activities which frequently require three to five more hours per pay period.
  • In addition to these workdays, each full time on-call nurse is expected to work four holiday 12 hour shifts. There is no additional pay for these shifts. (These shifts may be more or less dependent upon agency need.) Each part time on-call nurse is expected to work two holiday 12 hour shifts. There is no additional pay for these shifts. (These shifts may be more or less dependent upon agency need.)
  • Each full time on-call nurse will be expected to work weeknight, second call, 26 times in the year. This is equivalent to one shift per pay period. Some pay periods will have more than one of these shifts and some pay periods will have none. By doing these two things, the full-time nurses work enough hours to be a full time salaried employee.
  • When on-call staff is ill or on vacation, the on-call nurse scheduled for second call will be moved to first call. When an on-call nurse is moved from a second call shift to a first call shift, they will be paid at the extra shift rate but this will not count towards the 26 required second call shifts.

Essential Duties When Working After Hours

  • Assume responsibility for evening, weekend, and holiday after hours duty as scheduled and consistent with agency policies and procedures.
  • Assume primary responsibility for the agency’s total care census including assessing, planning, and implementing and evaluating phases of the nursing process.
  • Maintain up-to-date patient records so that problems, plans, actions, and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.
  • Respond to medical or emotional crisis and/or death of patient and make home visit to provide direct care as appropriate.
  • Provide appropriate counsel at time of death.
  • Initiate communication with attending physician(s), other hospice staff members, and other agencies as needed to coordinate optimal care and use of resources for the patient/family.
  • Maintain regular communication with the In-Home Hospice Clinical Nursing Supervisor to review patient needs.
  • Maintain regular communication with the attending physician concerning patient/family care needs and response to interventions.
  • Maintain up-to-date patient records so that problems, plans, actions, and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.
  • Instruct primary caregivers, volunteers, and employed caregivers to provide care as indicated.
  • Inform the In-Home Hospice Clinical Nursing Supervisor of unusual, or potentially problematic patient/family issues.
  • Provide appropriate support at time of death and perform bereavement assessment if requested.
  • Participate in the agency’s orientation and in-service training programs for professional staff.
  • Participate in agency and community programs as requested to promote professional growth and understanding of hospice care.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with policies of the agency, rules and regulations of Washington State, and Federal regulations that aid in determining policies.
  • Accept other assignments as appropriate.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Hospice House LPN

Per Diem Position

Accountable to: Hospice House Clinical Nursing Supervisor and RN’s

Policy

  • The LPN functions as a member of the interdisciplinary team under the supervision of the Clinical Nursing Supervisor and R.N.
  • The LPN is responsible for identifying patient/family needs, coordinating services and providing preventive and supportive care to the terminally ill and their families in accordance with approved Care Plans and Hospice policies and procedures.
  • The LPN works as a team with the Hospice House NAC and volunteers.
  • The LPN demonstrates commitment to the philosophy, goals and objectives of the hospice concept by utilizing teaching, assessment, and intervention skills to maximize the quality of life of patients and families in the Hospice House setting.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Required

  • Ability to accept a wide variety of assignments and adjust to changing situations.
  • Ability to read and write clearly, concisely, and legibly.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others and function as a member of a team.
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with and respond appropriately to patients and families in both routine and crisis situations.
  • Ability to maintain a neat and clean appearance in accordance with dress policy.
  • Ability to perform personal patient care and maintain a mature, sensitive, and caring attitude toward patients and their families.
  • Basic computer skills.

Qualifications

  • Current Washington State licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse
  • At least two years nursing experience, preferably with one year home health, or hospice, nursing.

Agency Requirements

  • Reliable car for daily transportation
  • Satisfaction of state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing, AIDS training, and criminal background screening.
  • Physical Demands: be able to transfer, lift, and position patients
  • Have the Hepatitis B immunization series, proof of having received the series, or declination.
  • Complete the Hospice House orientation and training program.

Essential Functions

  • Accept responsibility of care for patients admitted to or transferred into the Hospice House setting under direct supervision of an R.N.
  • A Initiate and update the individualized Plan of Care in collaboration with the Inter-disciplinary Team (IDT).
  • Accomplish nursing assessments of all assigned patients during the shift according to policy.
  • Administer medications and treatments to patients per physicians orders.
  • Request a patient care conference with RN and other member of IDT before changing patients plan of care.
  • Assess patient/family knowledge of disease and care and determine deficiencies in that knowledge.
  • Evaluate the patient/family's ability to learn and follow instructions.
  • Provide education, instruction and information as needed.
  • Provide direct nursing care to patients to achieve the highest level of comfort, continuity of care and quality of life.
  • Observe signs and symptoms, reactions to treatments, including drugs, and report changes in the patient's physical or emotional condition to the Registered Nurse.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families in a nonjudgmental atmosphere.
  • Affirm patient/family life-style and involve them in decision-making regarding care.
  • Coordinate care with other interdisciplinary team members and community resources; and when patient is transferred back into the home setting.
  • Maintain complete, accurate, current patient records in accordance with Hospice record keeping procedures and requirement
  • Participate in shift to shift report, monitor and report changes in patients condition or family situation, and participate in assessing the need for changes in the plan of care.
  • Inform other IDT members involved in that patient’s care of changes and needs as they occur during their hospice house stay.
  • Communicate with the Hospice House Supervisor any problems, changes, or issues that may arise in providing appropriate quality care to any patient in the Hospice House.
  • Communicate any changes, or problems, in a patient’s condition, or family situation, with the RN on a regular basis.
  • Provide necessary household services to maintain a safe and sanitary environment.
  • Maintain open communication with supervisory personnel regarding any independent observations or actions taken in the patient’s case management.
  • All Chaplaincy Health Care employees will follow the minimum standard regarding PHI when accessing patient information on a need to know basis only. All employees will practice appropriate safeguards when accessing this information.

Other Related Duties

  • Attend regular Hospice House staff meetings and care conference meetings as able.
  • Maintain knowledge of current applicable regulations and program policies/procedures pertaining to patient care and performance of nursing responsibilities.
  • Maintain and enhance nursing skills and knowledge through formal education, workshops and conferences, active participation in professional and related organizations and individual research and reading.
  • Contribute to agency operation and growth by participating in staff meetings, policy/procedure development, planning and evaluating services, and quality assurance activities.
  • Participate in training new staff and volunteers.
  • Prepare and submit reports of patient services and other daily activities as required.
  • Perform additional related duties as assigned.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Hospice House RN

 Per Diem Position

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State Registered Nurse License
  • Current CPR
  • Current Food Handler’s Card
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Prior Hospice, Home Health, ER or ICU Experience preferred

Position schedule:

  • Variable Nights (rotating weekends)
  • 12 Hour shifts - Nights

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Cork's Place Clinical Facilitator

Full Time, Exempt Position

Accountable to:  Cork's Place Operation Manager
Department:  Cork's Place

Purpose:

Serve the Tri-Cities region through Cork’s Place at The Chaplaincy. Provide clinical supervision and support for the Children’s Grief Program: Cork’s Place at the Chaplaincy based on the Dougy Center model. Assist in the facilitation of Cork’s Place groups comprised of students in area schools. Oversee volunteers and provide input to staff who engage children in grief processing to insure adherence to the Dougy Center model.  Assist Cork’s Place Clinical Trainer/Facilitator to assist in recruiting, training and supporting volunteers who follow Cork’s Place model adapted from the Dougy Center for grief and healing. 

Provide supportive services to meet bereavement needs of clients, family and the community consistent with the Chaplaincy Healthcare policies.

Required Qualifications:

  • Degree in social work, counseling, credentialed teaching or equivalent.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Leadership skills
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Intermediate computer skills
  • Skills to multi-task at times
  • Ability to work independently utilizing sound judgment, and as part of a team
  • Detail-oriented, with ability and knowledge to understand program management as a whole and the global role of bereavement programs within the agency
  • Ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with high level of confidentiality

Essential Functions:

  • Work from a “Systems” theory perspective, which includes and understanding of the relationship between the children, their family, groups, organization, communities, and anything else affecting their environment. 
  • Perform initial intake assessment for Cork’s Place families, conducts family orientation and facility tour, provide family with bereavement support and appropriate group placement in coordination with Operations Manager.
  •  Maintain contact with community agencies, schools, hospitals, clinics, and the public service organizations as requested or arranged by Cork’s Place Operations Manager.
  • Collaborate/ coordinate with Cork’s Place Administrative Assistant regarding performance of clerical duties as assigned.
  • Serve as a lead facilitator for grief support groups for children, teens, and young adults based on the Dougy Center Model, an evidence based practice related to grief and loss.
  • Maintain communication with adult caregivers, Cork’s Place staff and volunteers regarding Cork’s Place schedule.
  • Recruit volunteer facilitators for Cork’s Place program.  Assist in conducting 30-hour training of new volunteer facilitators.
  • Meet with potential donors and vendors as requested by Operations Manager.
  • Participate in community presentations and advocacy booths at various community events in coordination with Cork’s Place Operations Manager.
  • Conduct program evaluations by creating and assisting in the completion of program surveys by children, families and facilitators in collaboration with Cork’s Place Operations Manager.

Related Functions:

  • Respond to requests from school districts to assist with grief support and debriefings following the death of a child, parent, or teacher.
  • Participate in quarterly Clinical Staff Combine Huddles.
  • Maintain and increase knowledge and skills through formal education, workshops, participation in professional organizations, and individual research and reading.

Agency Requirements:

  • Demonstrate support and adherence to the Mission and Values as set forth by Chaplaincy Healthcare.
  • Responsible for knowledge and compliance with Chaplaincy Healthcare fire/safety/disaster, educational requirements and Agency policies and practices.
  • Responsible for maintaining and protecting Patient and agency information in a confidential manner.
  • Practice appropriate HIPAA confidentiality accessing patient related information on a “need to know” basis only.
  • Perform department specific competencies satisfactorily.
  • Reliable personal transportation; Driver’s License; Vehicle insurance.
  • Satisfaction of state and agency requirements for Tuberculin testing.
  • Criminal background screening; Pre-employment drug screening.
  • Ability to meet the physical demands of position: See attached physical requirements/environmental conditions.
  • If working in a clinical capacity: Hepatitis B immunization series, proof of series, or sign a declination.
  • Complete agency and departmental orientation and training program(s).
  • Work availability in afternoon and evenings, and allow for flexible hours depending on the need.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

NAC Hospice House, Night Shift

Part Time, Non Exempt Position

Accountable to:  Director of Clinical Services
Department:  Hospice

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State license, Nurse Assistant Certified.          
  • Basic Life Safety Certification (CPR).
  • WA State Food Handler Card (Hospice House Only).

Position Schedule:

  • Variable Nights; 8-hour shifts.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Clinical Educator

Full Time, Exempt Position

Accountable to:  Director of Clinical Services
Department:  Hospice

Required Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State license as a professional registered nurse.          
  • Minimal of four years clinical experience.
  • Basic Life Safety Certification (CPR).
  • Valid Driver’s license with current proof of insurance.
  • Basic computer Skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Minimum of two years of hospice or home health experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office suite and EMR platforms.
  • Ability to communicate at all levels of organization and work well within a team environment in support of department and organizational objectives.
  • Customer service oriented with the ability to work well under pressure.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy, excellent organizational skills with ability to prioritize, coordinate and simultaneously maintain multiple assignments with high level of quality and productivity.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, take initiative and make independent decisions.
  • Flexibility to travel to sites within the organization’s service area.
  • Knowledge of State and Federal Regulatory Compliance

Essential Functions

  • Orientation/onboarding: Develops, coordinates, facilitates, and conducts onboarding and orientation programs for nursing and other healthcare professionals.
    • Conducts orientation in a manner that facilitates a positive learning environment.
    • Coordinates logistics of orientation keeping all stakeholders informed.
  • Competency Management: Develops, coordinates, and conducts competency programs.
    • Identifies learning needs.
    • Plans educational content with learner engagement
  • Education: Designs education activities to address practice gaps for identified target audiences, which may include licensed and non-licensed healthcare professionals. Activities are developed to achieve specific outcomes related to identified deficits or opportunities for improvement in knowledge, skill, or practice.
    • Assesses practice gaps.
    • Maintains established educational programs.
    • Supports new ideas and innovation.
  • Professional Role Development: Identifies and develops strategies to facilitate a continuous process of maturation through lifelong learning. Participates in appropriate professional development programs to attain and maintain competency.
    • Participates in lifelong learning.
    • Helps to direct staff to career advancement resources.
  • Research/Quality Improvement (QI): Promotes research, and QI in patient care settings. May encourage, facilitate, and/or participate in research, QI, including dissemination of findings.
    • Assists in implementation of change strategies.
    • Participates in research activities and quality initiatives.
  • Collaborative Partnerships: Collaborates with partners to share expertise in planning and decision making to achieve desired results
    • Works collaboratively with inter-professional teams as assigned.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Cork's Place Operations Manager

Full-Time, Benefit Eligible Position

Accountable to: Dir. of Behavioral Health and Chaplain Services
Department: Cork’s Place

Required Qualifications: 

  • Personal experience with grief and healing.
  • Degree in social work, counseling, education or equivalent.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Leadership skills
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Intermediate computer skills
  • Skills to multi-task at times
  • Ability to work independently utilizing sound judgment, and as part of a team
  • Detail-oriented, with ability and knowledge to understand program management as a whole, and the global role of bereavement programs within the agency.
  • Ability to maintain appropriate boundaries with high level of confidentiality.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for developing, implementing, and supervising all aspects of the Cork’s Place Program. Maintain and update policies/procedures and the delivery of related services.
  • Facilitate an effective team of staff and volunteers who feel empowered and supported to provide bereavement services to children and their families.
  • Fundraise in the community. Develop and implement a fundraising strategy in coordination with Director of Donor Relations and supervisor. Develop and meet budget expectations and fundraising goals that sustain the program.
  • Promotion and School cultivation. Promote the program among agencies, schools, hospitals, clinics, and public service organizations to obtain referrals to Cork’s Place. Cultivate the school-based initiative, implementing the Cork’s model on campus whenever possible. Contract with schools and school districts whenever possible.
  • Outreach. Initiate contact with community.
  • Perform initial intake assessment for Cork’s Place families, conducts family orientation and facility tour, provide family with bereavement support and appropriate group placement in coordination with Clinical Facilitator.
  • Ensure that accurate and complete statistical records of Cork’s services and volunteer facilitator/community hours and activities are maintained. Report hours on a regular basis.
  • Ensure that the Cork’s Place services and staff are integrated into other programs of Chaplaincy Health Care and that staff at all levels feel connected to colleagues serving other departments.
  • Oversee communication with parents, volunteers and adult group facilitator regarding Cork’s schedule, closures, and special events.
  • Oversee the collection of fees for intake services. Provide monthly billing statements to parents and provide payments to accounting, and maintain a tracking system for donations.
  • Collaborate with Director of Donor Relations on grant and scholarship writing and provide yearly and mid-year reports as requested by funders.
  • Oversee communication with parents and adult group facilitators regarding Cork’s schedule, closure, and special events.
  • Oversee program quality assurance and outcome measures by creating and providing initial and post-experience surveys to children, families and facilitators.
  • Manage acquisition of in-kind materials, monetary and other services.
  • Recruit volunteer facilitators for Cork’s Place program. In co-ordination with Volunteer Coordinator, ensure all volunteers pass background checks and complete and pass drug screen and TB testing.
  • Meet with potential donors and vendors as requested by Operations Manager.
  • Participate in community presentations and advocacy booths at various community events and utilize Clinical Facilitator when advantageous.
  •  Provide agency and community educational tours of the Cork’s Place program.
  • Demonstrate program effectiveness. Report goals and outcomes to various funders and prepare service reports as requested by supervisor for monthly reports and newsletters. Prepare annual report to the community and special report to Chaplaincy Board of Directors when requested.
  • Work with supervisor to develop an annual budget with SMART goals.
  • Participate in Leadership and Outreach Team meetings as scheduled.

Related Functions

  • Work with Director of Bereavement and Chaplain Supervisor to coordinate requests from school districts to assist with grief support and debriefings following the sudden death of a child, parent, or teacher.
  • Continually seek ways to integrate Cork’s Place into other provider’s efforts to bring healing, wholeness and recovery to the community.
  • Maintain and increase knowledge and skills through formal education, workshops, participation in professional organizations, and individual research and reading.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Chaplaincy Behavioral Health Counselor (LICSW)

Part Time/Per Diem/FT

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State LICSW or License Eligible
  • Medicare Billable
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License, Auto Insurance; Reliable Transportation

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Excellent Clinical skills
  • Bi-Lingual
  • Experience in a Health Care Setting

Position schedule:

  • Day, Evening, Flex Shifts Depending on Appointment Schedule.

If interested, please apply with letter of intent to Shannon Novakovich, Human Resources Director or apply via email to: shannonn@chaplaincyhealthcare.org

Forms

For your convenience, the following forms are available for you to download:

Employment Application

Justifacts Authorization